Should I File Bankruptcy in Colorado?
Deciding whether to file bankruptcy is a decision that most people do not take lightly. It is also one that you should not make by yourself. Talk to one of our experienced bankruptcy attorneys at The Law Offices of W. Robert Montgomery in Lakewood, Colorado, to learn about the process and find out how Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy could benefit you.
Struggling to Pay Bills? Credit Card Debt? Contact Our Denver Lawyers
Following are some indicators that it is time to consider filing bankruptcy in Colorado:
- You are having trouble paying living expenses
- You are struggling to pay unsecured debt such as credit card payments, car payments, house payments, child support and alimony
- You have been denied a home loan modification
- Your home is in foreclosure
- You are receiving repeated phone calls from creditors
- You have been served with legal papers regarding the collection of debts you owe
- You are considering cashing in or borrowing against your 401(k) or other retirement plan to pay debt (our lawyers strongly discourage this)
- You are using or considering using payday loans
- You are using or considering using a cash advance from one credit card to pay off another
Before you take any action, it is important to contact our lawyers to avoid costly mistakes.
Our goal is to answer your questions, alleviate your concerns, prepare you and your finances for bankruptcy, and provide you with strong guidance throughout the bankruptcy process. We will take the time to carefully analyze your unique situation to identify all possible ways to minimize your losses and maximize the discharge of your debt.
Call 720-496-1338 or toll free at 888-559-9805, or contact our law firm online to arrange your free initial consultation today. From our office in Lakewood, we assist clients throughout the Denver metro area.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.